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Forest Resource Management: A Landowner's Guide to Getting Started
 
Forest Resource Management: A Landowner's Guide to Getting Started
NRAES-170  ·  84  pages  ·  Published 2006
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Forest landowners hold the key to providing healthy forests for generations to come. Landowners can realize their full potential as stewards of their forests by using this book. Forest stewardship means setting and achieving objectives for land while maintaining its integrity for future generations. Chapters include developing a vision and a plan; exploring the possibilities; protecting your soil, water, and forest resources; economic issues; and summary of action steps. Also includes appendixes, activities, and quizzes. Winner of National Woodland Owners Association -- Book of the Year -- Best Forestry Book 2006.  
The Pond Guidebook
 
The Pond Guidebook
NRAES-178  ·  76  pages  ·  Published 2007

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Includes insights and management tips for pond owners and those considering constructing a pond. Based on research and experience, the book addresses water chemistry, construction, safety, weed management, fish selection, nuisance wildlife, beach construction, leaking, and more. Oriented to the Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeastern United States. 34 photos, 24 illustrations, management tips, pond assessment form. Click on the book title for more information including sample pages.  
Developing a Custom Portable Sawmill Enterprise
 
Developing a Custom Portable Sawmill Enterprise
NRAES-134  ·  36  pages  ·  Published 2007
$12.00 Qty:
Discusses business-plan development; determining rates; writing contracts; marketing; product and service diversification; safety issues; insurance and liability; financial analysis; purchasing and operating a sawmill; grading lumber; sorting and stacking wood; specialty cuts; equipment maintenance; and more.  
Forest Landowner's Guide to Evaluating and Choosing a Natural Resource-Based Enterprise
 
Forest Landowner's Guide to Evaluating and Choosing a Natural Resource-Based Enterprise
NRAES-151  ·  102  pages  ·  Published 2004
$19.95 Qty:
Worksheets provide a framework for assessing personal goals, family goals, forest resources, financial resources, and labor needs. Provides guidance on developing a marketing plan. Includes descriptions and detailed enterprise budgets for 13 forest-based enterprises.  
Enhancing Wildlife Habitats: A Practical Guide for Forest Landowners
 
Enhancing Wildlife Habitats: A Practical Guide for Forest Landowners
NRAES-64  ·  172  pages
$20.00 Qty:
This publication was awarded a blue ribbon in the 1994 ASAE Educational Aids Competition. Some 70% of all the woodland in the northeastern United States belongs to private, nonindustrial landowners. This publication contains recommendations and field exercises for landowners who want to ensure quality habitats for the wildlife in the region. It includes sections on forest wildlife ecology, understanding wildlife habitats, and wetlands, as well as specific guidelines for enhancing habitats of woodcock, ruffed grouse, white-tailed deer, wild turkey, and other upland and wetland animals. The book contains over 100 figures, many of which are black-and-white photographs; 11 tables; a glossary; and references. (1993)  
Lumber from Local Woodlots
 
Lumber from Local Woodlots
NRAES-27  ·  42  pages
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This publication was awarded a blue ribbon in the 1988 ASAE Educational Aids Competition. This guide provides background knowledge of the woodlot-to-lumber process. Topics covered include wood species, wood properties, sources of professional assistance and training, proper woodlot management, contracting with loggers and sawyers, good harvesting practices, sawing methods, and lumber drying and storage. This guide is meant to encourage the use of local woodlot resources for construction. (1988)  

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